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Back-to-School 2024

Coming August of 2024!
  • Boys and Girls Club After-School Registration
  • Arrival/Dismissal Procedures
  • PikMyKid Instructions (Grades K4 - 5)
  • Parent Handbook
 
Important Dates (See drop downs for more information)
  • Wednesday, July 31 - Free Uniform Event
  • Tuesday, August 20 and Wednesday, August 21 - Back-to-School Kickoff (register here)
  • Monday, August 27 - Bridge Day
  • 2024-2025 School Calendar
K4 LIST

3
     Box of Crayola Crayons (24 Pack)


1
      Kleenex box 


2      Red Pocked Folder

1      Composition Notebook

3      3-Pack of Glue Sticks

2      Pack of Chubby Beginner Wood Pencils

1      Box of Black Dry Erase Expo Markers

1      1-5 Inch Children Scissors

1      Box of Baby Wipes (fragrance free)

1      Reusable Water Bottle

1      Blanket for Nap Time (please label)

1      Change of Clothes (including under garments and labeled)

1      Plastic Pencil Box

1      Box of Ziploc bags (boys: gallon size and girls: quarter size)

1      Washable Crayola Thick Classic Markers (10 colors)
 
K5 - 2ND GRADE LIST

1      Headphones - no ear buds (please label with students name)

2      24 Pack of #2 Pencils - no mechanical pencils

2      Box of Crayola Crayons (24 Pack)

1      Washable Crayola Thick Classic Markers (10 colors)

1      Kleenex box

5      Plastic 5 Prong Folder (red, blue, green, yellow, and purple)

2      Primary Composition Notebook

1      Pencil Box
 
1      Water bottle with a cap

1      Box of Ziploc bags (boys: quarter size or snack size and girls: gallon size)
 
3RD - 5TH GRADE LIST

1      Headphones - no ear buds (please label with students name)

2      24 Pack of #2 Pencils - no mechanical pencils

2      Box of Crayola Crayons (24 Pack)

1      Washable Crayola Thick Classic Markers (10 colors)

1      Kleenex box

5      Plastic 5 Prong Folder (red, blue, green, yellow, and purple)

2      Primary Composition Notebook

1      Pencil Box
 
1      Water bottle with a cap

1      Box of Ziploc bags (boys: quarter size or snack size and girls: gallon size)
 
6TH GRADE LIST

1     Wired headphones or earbuds. These may not be Bluetooth or wireless, please label with the student's name.

1      Backpack - no wheels, no inappropriate graphics or words

1      Reusable clear water bottle

2      Packs of Graph Paper (Quad-ruled) - 100 sheets 

3      Notebooks: One-subject, College-ruled (preferably different colors)

5      Three prong plastic folders with pockets (2 for specials)

1      Pack of 4 Post-it notes - size 3x3

10    Pens - black or blue ink

2      24 pack of sharpened or mechanical pencils

1      Pencil pouch or box

2      Erasers

1      Pack of 4 Highlighters - 4 different colors

1      Pack of Dry-erase markers

1      Pack of Colored pencils

1      Pack of 4 Glue sticks

1      Pack of Index Cards

2      Boxes of Kleenex

1      Roll of paper towel

1      Box of Bandaids (any size, any brand)
 
7TH GRADE LIST

1     Wired headphones or earbuds. These may not be Bluetooth or wireless, please label with the student's name.

1      Backpack - no wheels, no inappropriate graphics or words

1      Reusable clear water bottle

1      Pack of Loose leaf paper (College-ruled) - 100 sheets

1      Packs of Graph Paper (Quad-ruled) - 100 sheets

3      Spiral Notebooks: One-subject, College-ruled (preferably different colors)

1      Binder: 1 and a half or 2 inch

4      Three prong plastic folders with pockets (1 for specials)

1      Pack of 4 Post-it notes - size 3x3 (4x100 ct)

10    Pens - black or blue ink

2     24 pack of sharpened or mechanical pencils

1      Pencil pouch or box

2      Erasers

1      Pack of colored pencils

1      Pack of 4 Highlighters - 4 different colors

1      Pack of Dry-erase markers

1      Pack of 4 Glue sticks

1      Pack of Index Cards

2      Boxes of Kleenex

1      Roll of paper towel

1      Box of Bandaids (any size, any brand)
 
8TH GRADE LIST

1     Wired headphones or earbuds. These may not be Bluetooth or wireless, please label with the student's name.

1      Backpack - no wheels, no inappropriate graphics or words

1      Reusable clear water bottle

1      Pack of Loose leaf paper (College-ruled) - 100 sheets

1      Pack of Graph Paper (Quad-ruled) - 100 sheets

5      Spiral Notebooks: One-subject, College-ruled (preferably different colors)

2      Binder: 1 and a half or 2 inch (preferably different colors)

3      Three prong plastic folders with pockets (1 for specials)

1      Pack of 4 Post-it notes - size 3x3 (4x100 ct)

10    Pens - black or blue ink

2      24 pack of sharpened or mechanical pencils

1      Pencil pouch or box

1      Pack of 4 Glue stick

2      Erasers

1      Pack of colored pencils

1      Pack of 4 Glue sticks

1      Pack of 4 Highlighters - 4 different colors

2      Boxes of Kleenex

1      Roll of paper towel

1      Box of Bandaids (any size, any brand)
 
HIGH SCHOOL LIST
 
Teachers will communicate subject-specific supply needs beyond this during the first week of class.

1     Pencils (8 or 12 pack)

1      Blue or black pens (8 or 12 pack)

1      Single subject notebook

1      Folder

1      Calculator (TI 84+ recommended for ACT)

1      Clear, untinted, transparent water bottle

1      Recommended: Planner
Join us for a free uniform event! 
 
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Join us for our Annual Back-to-School Kickoff, where we will prepare you for success on the first day of school!  Here’s what you can expect:
  • All students will be able to meet their teachers and tour their classrooms
  • High School students will receive their schedules and Chromebook
  • Resource Fair Including:
      • Athletics Registration
      • Sixteenth Street Clinic 
      • Boys and Girls Club After School Club Information and Registration
      • College and Career Information
      • Swim Information and Registration
      • and more!
  • Medication drop-off 
  • School Supply Drop-off (Elementary and Middle School)
Please register here.
 
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Our clinical staff will be available during the Back-To-School Kick-Off to assist in receiving medications. Please bring your medications along to drop them off at one of our nurses at our resource fair. See Medication Drop-off Form Instructions Below:
 
  1. Proper Labeling and Packaging:
    • Original Containers: Medication should be in its original pharmacy-labeled container. The label should include the student’s name, medication name, dosage, and instructions for administration.
    • Documentation Requirements: Ensure all necessary paperwork is completed. This often includes a medication administration form signed by a parent/guardian and, in some cases, by a physician.
  2. Delivery Process:
    • Personal Delivery: Parents should deliver the medication directly to the school nurse or designated staff member. Students should not be responsible for bringing their medication to school.
    • Timing: Arrange a time to drop off the medication when the nurse is available, and avoid peak times if possible to ensure proper handoff and documentation.
  3. Medication Administration Instructions:
    • Clear Instructions: Provide clear and concise written instructions on the administration of the medication, including the time(s) it should be given, the dosage, and any specific instructions (e.g., with food, without food).
    • Special Considerations: Inform the nurse of any special considerations, such as potential side effects, allergies, or other important health information.
  4. Communication:
    • Emergency Contact Information: Ensure the school has up-to-date emergency contact information for the parent/guardian.
    • Updates and Changes: Inform the school nurse promptly of any medication, dosage, or administration schedule changes.
  5. Authorization:
    • Parental/Guardian Consent: A consent form authorizing the school nurse to administer the medication must be signed by the parent/guardian.
    • Physician’s Order: Physician’s order for prescriptions if applicable.
  6. Storage and Handling:
    • Expiration Dates: Ensure that the medication provided is not expired and check that there is enough supply for the intended duration.
    • Student Awareness: If appropriate, ensure that the student knows when they need to go to the nurse for their medication.

By following theses guidelines, parents can help ensure their child's medication is administered safely and effectively during school hours.

 
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High School Principal
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High School Manager of Operations
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All new students will be requested to submit a picture to update our in-school database. This is required from every new students. An email will be sent out in mid-July with a personalized Google form to upload your picture; please be on the lookout for this email.
 
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